You guys were on your first tour in December/January. How was that?
Edith: Amazing. The best week of my life
Ada: So much fun. It was so great traveling the East Coast with my best friends
Tea: We got to meet a lot of new people, which was awesome.
Who was your favorite band that you’ve played a show with, and who else would you like to play with?
Edith: Belmont obviously. I love Belmont
Tea: From tour there was this band from North Carolina called Kundato. They’re super great guys, and their music is super good
Edith: There’s also this band from the North called Piqued, and they’re SO SO SO good
Ada: The sweetest people on the planet.
Edith: Oh and we want to tour with Belmont. That’s like our number one goal.
Tea: Well, our number one is Paramore, but that’s like more realistic
What do you feel are the biggest challenges that you guys face?
Ada: Being taken seriously
Tea: Yeah people really underestimate us
Edith: Well yeah, because when you’re [in a scene] with privileged white people, or just white people in general, it’s like, when people see us, they don’t really expect us to be good, or know what to expect in general, and already as girls in the scene it’s [hard]
Ada: Yeah, and also because we’re so young too people think “Oh, you’re inexperienced”
Tea: It’s kind of cool though because we blow their minds
Edith: And they end up digging us a lot